The team behind Exray originates from The Technical University of Denmark, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science—or in short DTU Compute. You are always welcome to reach out to us individually or through Exray’s contact form.
Christoffer holds a master’s degree in building design, energy and indoor climate from DTU Civil Engineering and a PhD in data-driven methods for building energy characterisation from DTU Compute. He has broad experience in the building industry from jobs in Velux, Transsolar, Søren Jensen Consulting Engineers, and most recently the Section for Dynamical Systems at DTU Compute.
Henrik is a professor at DTU Compute (Section for Dynamical Systems) and an expert in data-driven methods, including forecasting, control, and system identification for accelerating the green transition. Henrik has worked with research and applied engineering for more than 35 years and has a proven track record of bringing state-of-the-art research into application.
Rune Grønborg Junker
Rune is a full full-blown mathematician and statistician with deep expertise in describing complex physical problems with statistics and mathematics. Rune holds a PhD fra DTU Compute and is the front runner on identification of energy flexibility and transformation of buildings from passive energy consumers to active thermal batteries in the energy grid.